I bought this lecture series for help with learning to meditate. I did not find it too helpful on that front as I am a complete beginner and the lecturer did not take the sort of hand-holding approach to meditation that I feel I need.
BUT, the lectures that dealt with topics related to meditation and not meditation itself were amazing. I think they've helped me unlock the key mysteries about myself and my interactions with others and things that I've been struggling with for a great many years. I'm very, very glad I bought and listened to these lectures.
trying to see the world with my ears
Although the audio quality was only fair in many places (due to older files and some meditations taped outdoors), I found this a healing listen. That's a cliche, but this program was more original than 95% of meditation porgrams available - Most seem to repeat the same basic techiniques, cashing in on many consumers'(like me) desire to "have" meditation rather than engage with programs we already bought.
I did have the opportuntiy to listen outdoors - and I think that was an important part of what made these reflections work for me.
The upside of Audible is that we can access Sounds True programs at so low a cost; the downside is that the file format (i.e. one big 9 hour file for an iPod) doesn't suit easy replay of individual meditations - and Milton's are worth repeated listening.